You mean you want people to move downtown, not in the suburbs.tampamobster21 said:Tampa, just because I want people to move to Tampa. I think that Tampa has a lot to offer. I can not say anything about Jacksonville because I have not lived there.
That can be a good thing sometimes for parents, other times not.Maxim98 said:Jax is too Southern.
Please explain this obnoxious remark. Obviously, I was kidding by using the "folksy" expression. Sorry it was over your head. I do fail to see how being raised in the South is a bad thing - perhaps it might have taught you some manners, had you been so lucky. As for the schools, I would not advise sending children to government schools anywhere in America, so this is a non-issue for me. Go the private school route.do you think the words southern folks and raising kids should even be in the same sentence when choosing the environment your child would be exposed to on a daily basis in todays world?
I understand you may not like miami, but to make a sterotypical and stupid remark like that, should cause you to get hit upside the head.biga1968 said:Definitely not Miami. That city doesn't has the quality education (they don't even speak English down there), down to earth atmosphere and people friendly that a couple need to rasie a family. It will have to be a tossed between Tampa and Jacksonville. Jacksonville does has that southern charm and the people are more friendlier.